U.S. broadband is in better shape than some suggest, ITIF says

02/13/2013 | Broadcasting & Cable

The U.S. is doing a better job of bringing cheap, fast broadband to its citizens than some analysts suggest, according to research from the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation. The ITIF says that relative to nations with densely populated areas and robust government subsidies, the "largely suburban" U.S. is making significant strides in broadband performance, price and deployment.

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